Category Archives: El Nino

March to May tide tables

Sea levels are likely to be normal or below normal as weak El Nino conditions continue for the next few months. Whilst there are no King Tide warnings over the next couple of months, any larger wave conditions occurring at … Continue reading

Posted in El Nino, High tides, Tide tables | Leave a comment

March, April and May tide tables and sea-level forecasts

Sea levels are beginning to rebound around Kosrae in the aftermath of the El Nino peak. On average they are forecast to be around 2 inches lower than normal over the next three months resulting in lower than normal low tides and … Continue reading

Posted in Coastal flooding, El Nino, High tides, Seasonal forecasts, Tide tables | Leave a comment

El Nino conditions now occurring

Strong El Nino conditions are still occurring across the Pacific region. This 2015/16 El Nino is now one of the top 3 strongest events of the last 40 years, similar in strength to the 1982/83 and 1997/98 events. Over the next few months … Continue reading

Posted in Drought, El Nino, Typhoons | Leave a comment